The Juice mystery solved.

Those nuts at X-Entertainment have once again put Ghostbusters under the microscope and revealed some juicy info. This time they
go in search of Ecto-Cooler – whatever happened to it? And why the heck did it survive until 1998, nearly a decade after the last movie?
My particular favorite is when they go buy some Hi-C juices that are supposed to be the liquid decendants of the original flavour and discover that
the bar code reader still displays the new boxes as “Hi-C Ecto Cool”.

This article goes further and acts as a bit of a correction for an
earlier article on the juice
. As a bonus, I noticed that X-E found a 1986 Toys R Us catalog, which includes a listing for the “new”
Real Ghostbusters board game by Milton Bradley (only $12.97!). For some of X-Entertainment’s old GB articles,
check out this old news item
.

credit | Skinny Kevin

Rollingstone features Parker Jr. lawsuit.

In a recent online feature about (in)famous copyright battles in the music industry, RollingStone put the courtroom showdown between Ray Parker Jr. and
Huey Lewis at number three. The piece is a little skimpy in the write up, but at least they include a “judge for yourself” soundfile, comparing both
songs.